After the Fall: The Future of Global Cooperation
Jeffry A. Frieden, Michael Pettis, Dani Rodrik, Ernesto Zedillo, 26 July 2012
The 14th Geneva Report on the World Economy asks: What are likely to be the principal issues facing the international economy over the next decade? What could a realistic analysis hope for in the way of progress in confronting the problems of the future? What are the constraints imposed by the realities of international and domestic politics? What forms of international economic cooperation are most important to pursue, and most likely to be achieved?
Table of Contents
1 Introduction: Past Imperfect, Present Tense, Future Conditional
2 The Ghost of Globalisation Past: Lessons for Globalisation Present
3 The Current Situation
4 Global Economic Coordination: On Track or Doomed to Fail?
5 The Domestic Political Economy of International Economic Cooperation
6 The Normative Case for Governance of the International Economy
7 Macro is the New Trade: Future Problems of the International Economy
8 Looking Ahead
Discussions and Roundtables